“I think that does benefit us,” quarterback Robert Griffin III said. “We’ve never looked at a game like, ‘Well, alright, we can lose and we’ll be OK.’ We’re not going to look at this game like that. We want to control our own destiny and it’s our job to do that.”
“Hey, they’re going to be ready for these situations, too,” Witten said. “Their backs have been against the wall just like ours. For the last half of the season they’ve just kind of rallied it up with a well-coached team. … It’s going to be a fight and hopefully we can match the intensity Sunday night.”
And experience is all well and good, but what happens just after 8:20 p.m. Sunday will matter more than anything that happened in previous weeks or years.
“You’ve got to go cut it loose for three hours,” Witten said. “And the team that does that is going to have a chance to win the division.”
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